PM Tsipras to meet Turkish president Erdogan on Tuesday

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will have a bilateral meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday on the sidelines of the 73rd UN General Assembly in New York. The meeting is scheduled for 11:30 (18:30 Athens time). According [...]

Gennimata: SYRIZA has nothing in common with the Centre-Left

SYRIZA has no relation with the Centre-Left, stated the leader of the Movement for Change (KINAL) Fofi Gennimata in an interview with Real News on Sunday adding that the country “needs elections right now”. She said that her party’s [...]

US has a stake in the economic success of Greece, says ambassador Pyatt

The United States is committed to supporting Greece that is exiting its adjustment program, said US ambassador to Athens Geoffrey Pyatt on Wednesday. “We have a stake in the economic success of Greece and its role as a pillar of regional [...]

PM Tsipras: Mati will not be forgotten

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras paid a visit to Mati on Tuesday, where he was informed by local residents about the problems they are facing. “I am here to bring the message that Mati will not be forgotten once the grim publicity of the [...]

Sources: No plan for a cabinet reshuffle this week

There is no plan for a cabinet reshuffle this week, a high-level government source told journalists covering Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ visit to Ithaca, where the premier delivered an address earlier on Tuesday on Greece’s completion [...]

ND attacks PM Tsipras with lines from a CP Cavafy poem

Main opposition New Democracy has criticized the government for failing to respond to claims that its first six months in government cost the country 86 billion to 200 billion euros. In an interview with Kathimerini published on Sunday, ESM [...]

PM Alexis Tsipras to visit Ithaca on Tuesday

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will visit the island of Ithaca on Tuesday, the prime minister’s press office announced on Tuesday.

Responsibilities for omissions during July 23 fires are ‘specific’, ND tells government

Main opposition New Democracy on Monday accused Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of employing communications gimmicks and emphasised that responsibility for the mistakes and omissions during the Attica fires on July 23 were “specific” [...]

New Democracy criticises government handling of case involving Russian diplomats

Main opposition New Democracy on Tuesday criticised the government’s handling of the affair that culminated in the expulsion of two Russian diplomats, especially its failure to brief parliament on the details. While every attempt at foreign [...]

ND allegations about PM’s brother disputed by lawyer handling case

Main opposition New Democracy’s allegations concerning the prime minister’s brother were “deliberate distortions” of the truth, his lawyer Ioannis Mantzouranis claimed in a statement released on Sunday, responding to [...]